The former Detroit Pistons point guard won back-to-back championships, beating Jordan's Chicago Bulls in each instance en route to winning the titles.
Given, the beef between the Detroit Pistons and Chicago Bulls during that era was legendary, and that alone would've gave Mike enough enough cover to admit that was the reason he kept Isiah off the team. But instead he pointed fingers away from himself and now we have this.
The brief time point guard Isiah Thomas spent with the Cleveland Cavaliers after being traded from Boston for Kyrie Irving had one common denominator in team captain LeBron James as the alleged catalyst. According to NBA analyst Chris Broussard, Thomas had “no love” for James and felt like he was being treated as an inferior.
The Cleveland Cavaliers shocked the entire NBA after the team traded all-star guard Kyrie Irving to the Boston Celtics for guard Isiah Thomas, Jae Crowder and other assets. Although tensions between Cavs captain LeBron James and Irving had been brewing, Twitter is still in shock at the blockbuster trade ahead of the 2017-18 season.
On the court, Isiah Thomas’ career is a thing of legend. Off the court, the NBA great has had an embarrassingly string of issues, most notably, losing a $11.6 million lawsuit where he was found to be sexual harassing former Knicks executive Anucha Browne Sanders.
The 50th anniversary of the 1963 “March On Washington” took place Wednesday (August 28) and despite wet weather conditions, the star-studded event drew thousands. With President Barack Obama delivering the anchoring speech, he and other guests delivered a message of togetherness and hope.
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